Ariatu PR Supports She Forum Africa 2015
The She Forum Africa 2015 will be held on September 1st in Abuja, Nigeria.
Ariatu PR is pleased to be supporting the promotional efforts of this important event in Nigeria's Capital City as a Media Partner for the event. Their ethos of empowering women as well as encouraging men to be included in the dialogue for gender equality is commendable.
As part of their continued effort to promote professional development and career advancement among women, the 2nd edition of SheForumAfrica will be hosted on Tuesday September 1, 2015 at The National Centre for Women Development, Tafawa Balewa Way, Abuja, Nigeria at 9am.
The conference, themed "Risk The Unusual: Make It Happen," will feature diverse and foremost recognized speakers and accomplished women role models, as well as interesting sessions for small-group dialogue and individual networking among highly motivated conference attendees.
SheForumAfrica 2015 is designed to help female professionals and entrepreneurs advance their careers in a traditionally male environment by providing insight into relevant skills for personal and professional development.
She Forum Africa's 4 main Sessions cut across Health & Lifestyle; Personal Development & Entrepreneurship; Democracy, Leadership & Governance; as well as an ALL Male HeForShe Panel. Seasoned experts will tackles issues such as; Advancing Women-owned SMEs for Profitability, Sustainability and Impact, Realigning Women and Girls with ideal Goals - A Commitment to Basic Education and Health Measurement as a Right.
Other topics include Closing the Inequality Gap: Principles, Parameters, Practicability; and The African Woman, Career Progression and Economic Security: Bursting the Man's World Myth.
"With the declaration of 2015 as the Year for action towards gender equality by the World Bank Group, SheForumAfrica 2015 is coincidentally holding at a time of global migration from the MDGs to SDGs with heightening advocacy for increased gender participation towards achieving sustainable development at the forefront of global discourse", Conference Host & Founder of the Friendraiser Community, Inimfon Etuk.
"Consequently, this year's theme is set to trigger the awareness towards improved Personal Development strategies. Specifically, it is targeted at bringing to the fore, and possibly demystifying those persisting stereotypes that tend to keep women within the bottom of the ladder". The inaugral Conference hosted in 2014 was sold out, and welcomed over 300 women and men.
The conference is open to women and men from all professions and social backgrounds.
For more information or to register, please visit: www.sheforumafrica.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or join the discussion from anywhere in the world using @sheforumafrica.